Category: American Civil War


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Forgotten Confederates An Anthology About Black Southerners. Journal of Confederate History Series Vol. XIV

By: Barrow, Charles Kelly; Segars, J.H. & Rosenburg, R.B. (Compiled & Edited)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Southern Heritage Press: 1997

Edition: Second printing

Inventory Number: 13309

Condition: Vg. in vg. dj.

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The Army Life of Charles Chip Creighton Who (title continues)

By: Burdick, Usher L.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Paris Maryland, National Reform Associates: 1937

Inventory Number: 39126

Condition: Vg

participated in the engagement with the Sioux Indians near Ft. Hancock, D.T., June 13, 1873, and the battle at the mouth of the Little Big Horn, August 11,1873, and in the Battle of the Little Big Horn, M.T., June 25,1876 View more info

A Short American Tramp in the Fall of 1864 by The Editor of 'Life in Normandy'

By: Campbell, John Francis

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Edinburgh, Edmonston and Douglas: 1865

Inventory Number: 38144

Condition: Exlib with library binding , library stamps & call #s. Reading copy

Chapters III to VIII deal with Newfoundland and Labrador. The author's trip begins in Liverpool then on to Halifax (chapters I & II) and later to Ontario and through the United States. View more info

The Spy; Tale of the Neutral Ground; Referring to Some Particular Occurrences During the American Civil War; . .[Thre Volumes]

By: Cooper, James F.

Price: $275.00

Publisher: Paris, L. Baudry: 1825

Inventory Number: 24695

Condition: Spines missing, boards detached, foxing throughout and some browning to edges

This is the First French edition in English. View more info

Sound of the Guns The Story of American Artillery from the Ancient and Honourable Company to the Atom Cannon and Guided Missile

By: Downey, Fairfax

Price: $15.00

Publisher: New York, David McKay Company: 1956

Inventory Number: 39200

Condition: Good

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Retreat From Reconstruction 1869-1879

By: Gillette, William

Price: $15.00

Publisher: London, Louisiana State University Press: 1979

Inventory Number: 25699

ISBN: 0807105694

Condition: Vg in tattered and torn dust jacket

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Lincoln in Numismatics (together with) A Comprehensive Index to King's Lincoln in Numismatics by Edgar Hyel (pamphlet published by Token and Medal Society in 1967)

By: King, Robert

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Token and Medal Society:

Edition: Reprint

Inventory Number: 38362

Condition: Vg

Reprinted by permission of the American Numismatic Association from issues of the Numismatistof 1924,1927 and 1933 View more info

Admiral Farragut

By: Mahan, Captian A. T.

Price: $45.00

Publisher: New York, D. Appleton and Company: 1897

Inventory Number: 15857

Condition: Dampstaining & foxing to edges of pages otherwise very good condition

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The Soldier's Manual, For Cavalry, Artillery, Light Infantry, and Infantry Embellished with Twelve Plates, Representing Different Volunteer Corps, in the First Division Pennsylvania Militia

By: Nesmith, J.H. (Introduction by Anne S.K. Brown)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Washington, Company of Military Collectors and Historians: 1963

Edition: facsimile edition

Inventory Number: 39222

Condition: Fine

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Hampton Institute A Pictorial Review of Its First Century 1868-1968

By: Puryear, B.N.

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Hampton, Virginia, (B.N. Puryear): 1962

Inventory Number: 44464

Condition: Cloth worn, some foxing to paper edges, , generally good

Foreword by Jerome Holland, President. View more info

A Soldier of Valley Forge: A Romance of the American Revolution. With a frontispiece in full colour from a painting by Frank T. Merrill

By: Roberts, Theodore Goodridge & Stephens, Robert Neilson

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Boston, L. C. Page & Company: April, 1911

Edition: First Impression

Inventory Number: 31157

Condition: Some wear to edges ow vg.

Fore-edge untrimmed.The ad announces this book as a posthumous work of Stephens, who had written a rough draft of the novel, set it aside, and then used the plot for a play. After Stephens’ death Roberts was asked to complete the novel. View more info

Recollections of a Long Life 1820-1915

By: Stephenson, Isaac

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Chicago, Privately printed: 1915

Inventory Number: 46135

Condition: Signed by author to title page. Cloth is worn, endpapers have been replaced. Generally good

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A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin; Presenting the Original Facts and Documents Upon Which the Story is Founded Together with Corroborative Statements Verifying the Truth of the Work

By: Stowe, Harriet Beecher

Price: $95.00

Publisher: Boston, John P. Jewett & Co.: 1853

Inventory Number: 27621

Condition: Foxing, sometimes heavy, throughout, staining to endpapers, wear to covers and all edges,previous owner's name to flyleaf, otherwise good.

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American Socket Bayonets, 1717-1873 With a Foreword by Roy T. Huntington

By: Webster, Donald B. Jr.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Ottawa, Museum Restoration Service: 1977

Edition: Third printing

Inventory Number: 32322

ISBN: 0919316034

Condition: Some discoloration to covers, otherwise vg.

Historical Army Series No. 3 View more info

The Shelburne Black Loyalists: A Short Biography of all Blacks Emigrating to Shelburne County, Nova Scotia after the American Revolution 1783

By: Whitehead, Ruth Holmes (An Edited Transcription by)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Halifax, Nova Scotia Museum: 2000

Inventory Number: 16066

ISBN: 088871632X

Condition: Fine

Curatorial report 94. Excerpted from The Book of Negroes' from a copy in the collections of the Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management Halifax, Nova Scotia View more info

The Redeemed Captive Returning to Zion:or, A Faithful History of Remarkable Occurrences in the Captivity and Deliverance of Mr. John Williams

By: Williams, Stephen W. (Appendix and Notes by)

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Northampton, Hopkins, Bridgman, and Company: 1853

Inventory Number: 34560

Condition: Very worn with staining to endpapers

title continues- Who in the Desolation which befel that plantation by AN Incursion of the French and Indians, was by Them Carried away, with His Family and His Neighborhood, into Canada, Drawn up by Himself. To which is Added, A Biographical memoir of the Reverend Author, with an Appendix and Notes View more info